Dr Greg Williams is a leading hair restoration surgeon based at the renowned Farjo Hair Institute in London and Manchester. He uses the latest techniques and technologies available in the field and is an expert in hair loss treatments, FUE hair transplants and follicular unit hair transplant surgery.
Dr Williams, who is committed to giving patients the highest level of care on their hair restoration journey, is a fully-qualified plastic surgeon who is highly respected in the field of hair transplantation.
He is a fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, possesses a diploma from the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery and a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in Plastic Surgery (FRCS & FRCS Plast). He also has an MBBS from the University of the West Indies
Dr Williams, who is the current president of the British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS), has esteemed presentation experience. He has spoken at the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) and the European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (ESPRAS). He also gave the first talk on hair restoration in the then 30-year history of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).
He has been a lecturer since 2003, educating plastic surgery trainees on hair restoration and was appointed to the MSc faculty at University College London. There, he lectures on hair anatomy, physiology and biology alongside embryology, genetics, as well as the causes of hair loss and hair transplant surgery. Furthermore, Dr Williams passes on his expertise via workshops. He has taught doctors from around the globe at pioneering events including the world's first ARTAS robotic-assisted live surgery workshop held at the Farjo Hair Institute.
Dr Williams, who has been involved in numerous radio and television appearances, has had his research into hair restoration published in respected peer-reviewed publications including Trends in Urology and Men's Health, Body Language Journal and the International Journal of Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine. He has also written the professional standards and codes of conduct for both hair transport surgeons and hair transplant surgical assistants, published in the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery's (ISHRS) journal Hair Transplant Forum International, as part of his presidential role at BAHRS.
Previous to his impressive hair restorative career, Dr Williams lead the burns service at London's Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation. He was also clinical director for the London and South East of England Burns Network, was involved in the contingency planning for the London 2012 Olympics and co-authored NHS Emergency Planning Guidance regarding the management of burn-injured patients in the event of a major incident.